|Swiss Giant snow peas|
Type height trellis?
Green Arrow shelling 65 days 24" no high yields, 4" pods, disease tolerant
Wando shelling 68 days 24" no
heat tolerant heirloom
Frosty shelling 65 days 30" no cold hardy
Cascadia snap 58 days 30" no juicy 3" pods Swiss Giant snow 70 days 6ft trellis tasty Swiss
heirloom, beautiful purple flowers
Super sugar snap snap 65 days 5ft trellis crunchy,
sweet, disease resistant, high yields
Oregon Giant snow 65 days 36" no large 5",
broad pods, sweet, heavy yields
Dwarf Grey sugar snow 66 days 24" no delicious
raw, steamed or stir fried, freezes well
Description: There are two main types. Those with edible pods which include: snow peas and snap peas; and those with inedible pods called garden (or English) peas. Garden peas have rounded pods that are slightly curved in shape, smooth and vibrant green color. Inside the pod are green rounded pea “seeds”. Snow peas are flatter than garden peas, and since they are not fully opaque, you can usually see the shadows of the flat pea seeds within. Snap peas, a cross between the garden and snow pea, have plump pods with a crisp, snappy texture. The pods of both snow peas and snap peas are edible, and both feature a slightly sweeter and cooler taste than the garden pea.